i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 1 Digital Edition viewable on www.ISA-sign.com. The Official Newsletter of the Illinois Sign Association Winter 2020 2019 “Best of the Best” awarded to Bendsen Sign and Graphics Busey Bank 115 Neil Street Executive Center 2019 “Best of the Best” winner -- Bendsen Signs and Graphics, Inc. Decatur, IL In this issue… ◼ “Best of the Best” Sign Design Awards Winners ◼ Highlights from the Fall Conference and Trade EXPO ◼ News from International Sign Association ◼ Meet and Greet Event welcomes 1st Deputy Matt Beaudet ◼ New Members ◼ Upcoming Events: April 1-4, 2020 International Sign Expo – Orlando FL The Illinois Sign Association was founded in 1969 to elevate and promote the standards and professionalism of the custom electric sign industry in sales, manufacturing and service. 8 W. Monroe St – Suite 707 – Chicago, IL 60603 – office@isa-sign.com – 312-881-9920 -- www.isa-sign.org

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 2 President’s Message Jason Tompkins Bendsen Signs and Graphics It never seems to fail, but the end of another year is once again upon us. Maybe it is just me getting older, BUT, these year ends seem to be coming faster than they used to! Without question, 2019 has been one to remember. Our industry seems to be a strong position and naturally we are all looking forward to the promise of a strong 2020. I believe that is one of the things I like most about the signage industry. We are always looking ahead. We are always looking forward to that next project or challenge. We are always looking for that next trick that will make our jobs easier today. We are always looking to do more and to do better. In a world that sometimes feels as if is going mad; what a breath of fresh air to have new opportunities and challenges to keep up on our toes. No question, the sign industry has plenty of both to keep us all occupied. This will be my last article as president of the Illinois Sign Association. Without question, it has been a true honor to serve our association in this position for the past four years. The past four years have flown by. I am pleased to say, because of all of YOU, our association is stronger and better positioned for a promising future. That is not because of me. That is because of all of you realize the value in a strong association and investing your time, talent and resources into making it so. For that, I am very grateful.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 3 President’s Message …Continued from previous page My charge to each of you going forward is just that, keep moving forward! I want to sincerely thank the board of directors with whom I have served. These people truly care deeply about our association and our industry. I wish John Johnson all the very best as he assumes the presidency of the ISA. John’s steady leadership and demeanor will serve the ISA well. Finally, I wish to recognize and thank Russ Salzman, our executive director, his is enthusiastic leadership. The ISA is truly blessed to have Russ on our team, and because of him, we will all be better and achieve new goals. To each of your reading this letter, I wish you a very happy new year. No matter what you celebrated, I hope you did just that! I celebrated each of you and thank you for being such great friends. My very best to you and yours in the years ahead. Very truly, Thank you!

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i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 6 2019 Fall Conference … Connections in Galena! The ISA Fall Conference and Trades EXPO found almost 100 people in attendance representing 22 sign companies and 24 representative companies of the allied trades. The event, held October 1-3, 2019 at the Eagle Ridge Resort and Spa, was jampacked with educational content, table top exposition, an exciting keynote speaker and the “Best of the Best” sign design contest awards. In addition, more than $2000 was raised for scholarships through the raffle and silent auction. Tuesday evening, October 1, 2019 …Hospitality Suite at a beautiful resort villa. Wednesday, October 2, 2019 Morning…The annual Golf Outing was rained out sadly however the Historic Tour of Galena including President Ulysses S. Grant’s home was enjoyed by some of the guests. A very special program luncheon was introduced for the first time at the Fall Conference. The event, known as Women Leading the Industry brought together mostly women to discuss the dynamics of working in the sign industry as a woman. The conference seminar was titled The Female Leader - Passion Empowerment and Confidence and featured Cheryl Grate of Grate Signs and Katie Conroy of Poblocki Signs. They shared reflections of times in the industry when women were expected to be paid less simply because they were female. A lively discussion ensued! They suggested, that as more women enter the industry, seek to be as knowledgeable as possible, ask questions, get involved in local groups, and the sign association, and just go do it… put yourself out there with confidence! The event was a great success and will be convened again this fall at the Illinois Sign Expo and Conference.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 7 Afternoon…Education Sessions Signage Planning for Success Wednesday afternoon offered to several educational sessions. Sam Van Bruggen (left) introduces a session featuring design and build inputs presented by Ted Kiper focused on wayfinding and a case study that Notre Dame. Matt Crawford from ONYX shared information on color management. LED Lighting Challenges. The next sessions focused on the constantly evolving technology utilizing LED lighting solutions including translucent flex face material speed lamp and retrofit LED replacement. Evening… Sign Expo Tabletops Annual Awards and Recognition Dinner The evening reception was hosted by the manufacturers and suppliers at the trade expo with an open bar that also featured the best of the best voting and raffle and ticket sales for the silent auction. Silent and Live auction chairs, Craig Gray and Gene Anderson encouraged attendees to support for the ISA Scholarship Program.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 8 Thursday, October 3, 2019 Morning…Education sessions and keynote speakers followed a wonderful buffet breakfast and a continuation of the manufacturer and supplier Trade EXPO. Paul Bernstein, Metomic Corporation speaks to a client during the Trade EXPO. Lori Anderson, the President and CEO of the International Sign Association provided a fabulous overview of the arenas that the International Sign Association is focusing upon. Topics included talent hiring and retaining, advocacy, community and connections within the industry, and focus on this growing skill. She noted that a skills gap is predicted and that manufacturing jobs will continue to be difficult to full. Providing support for employee development International has developed a robust online learning platform which provides digital badges as verified certification that are displayed on LinkedIn and other social media sites. Lori also encouraged members to consider National Sign Manufacturing day inviting local schools and civic officials to bring awareness to the industry and professional careers. She also noted the ISA Elite Program a leadership development program for young sign industry professionals and the XPD experiential design program offered during the spring International Sign Expo. Ted Kiper, representing the Sign Research Foundation offered a discussion of resources for helping your business and for appealing for sign code improvements using research for local municipalities. There are 79 research studies in the library of the Sign Research Foundation for designers, installers and manufacturers. Other long-range thinking includes future of nano materials, artificial intelligence, 3-D printing, 5G Internet, and holographic signs. The Sign Research Foundation works to keep your edge and ear to the rail. Business Alignment with Flexible Software led by David Fitzgerald, South Water Signs presented an informative session on business alignment using the Smart Sheet software for project management. David shared the notion of big picture project planning and related action plans for intra-company shared knowledge and information. He asserted that Vision, Mission and strategy should be known throughout the organization. From those aspirations, goals, quality, and forecasting operations begin. He noted a theme of continuous improvement seeking the best path. Change is never-ending, avoid reinventing the wheel and the Smart Sheet program serves best to replace tasks rather than to add tasks.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 9 Keynote speaker - Dr. Rick Grandinetti Dr. Rick shared an enthusiastic, highenergy presentation prior to the closing luncheon. Ricks message included notable take-aways such as “You may be on the right track, but if you’re not moving fast enough, you can still get run over!” RICK noted that you survive by making people need you work so not be ignored. Think about it, Sears was the original Amazon, Kodak and Blockbuster, BlackBerry failed to change during changing times. With noted focus on “your internal customer -- your employees”, they need to be treated better than your customers! Employees who are valued provide the best customer service. Rick wrapped up by saying “if you want to be happy for a lifetime be committed to serving others” . Remember how to spend your dash between birth and death, always have someone’s back and remember when you don’t give up you cannot have failed. Annual Meeting and Luncheon… featuring the installation of new officers and board members. Jason Tompkins recognized Gene Anderson for his more than two decades of service on the board of the owner of the Illinois Sign Association. John C. Johnson, (right) C. Johnson Sign Company was elected to serve a two-year term as President of the Illinois Sign Association 2020-2021. John has been a long-time member of the industry and ISA. John presented a gift of appreciation to Jason Tompkins for his four-years of service as ISA President.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 10 Final afternoon learning labs featured key elements to a successful lighting upgrade or retrofit program presented by Warren Turner of Sloan LED who noted that there are opportunities everywhere from retail to warehousing to industrial sites. The focus of any LED retrofit is on energy safety performance corporate Branding and sales and maintenance costs. Wayne Kalhan, Linmore LED (Pictured on left) discussed the variety of wireless lighting control systems including standalone devices, room based controlled systems that can be wired or wireless, centralized building controls and complete energy management systems. Sign Expo with table tops Trade vendor sponsors exhibited throughout the conference providing information on their products and services. A great way to see what’s new and available in the industry.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 11 LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS And please join in on the Member get a Member Campaign and invite a friend or colleague from the sign industry to become part of our group. As Brian Newton of Parvin Clauss stated “while it may seem natural to protect yourself from competition, in reality a business gains by affiliating with like-minded businesses.” Working together on industry issues and sharing knowledge has many benefits. Help us identify other sign companies to become members. Reach out to them or forward the contact to the office and we'll reach out. VOLUNTEER TO JOIN A COMMITTEE in 2020! Committees of the ISA have the responsibility to execute actions, tactics, and strategies in support of the organization’s values, vision and mission. Committee goals and appointments are assigned at the beginning of each year. Committee chairs will make periodic updates to the president officers and board. AUCTION COMMITTEE…The auction committee is responsible for fundraising primarily focused on our scholarship activities and association operations during the fall conference. MAURY ELY COMMITTEE…The Maury Ely committee is responsible for the promotion and review of nominations for the award and the ultimate selection of the award honoree. MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE…The membership development committee’s role is to identify programs, activities, and services that will enhance membership for sign companies and the allied trade members and to coordinate the Regional Meet and Greet Events. The committee will develop a list of key challenges and needs in the industry providing guidance for educational sessions, regional events and media content. In addition, this committee has the responsibility to foster an environment with tactics for membership recruitment and growth. CONFERENCE PROGRAM COMMITTEE…The conference program committee is responsible for the overall vision and staging of conferences and expositions. Duties include the identification and selection of speakers, sessions, panels and other activities which may include a trade expo, Designer’s Symposium, golf outing, awards banquet, and other social and networking experiences. SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE…The scholarship committee is responsible for the standards, promotion, management, and selection of candidates. The preliminary budget is $3000 of scholarships to be awarded. SIGN DESIGN COMMITTEE…The sign design committee is responsible for the annual design contest which includes the promotion and evaluation of award winners in categories for recognizing excellence in the sign industry. The committee meets once in person 4-6 weeks prior to the fall conference to review all the submittals and determines the category 1st and 2nd place winners. “The Best of the Best” award will be chosen from the winners by ballot of conference participants during the fall meeting. CHICAGO SIGN CODE TASK FORCE…The goal of this exciting initiative is to bring a sweeping overhaul of the Chicago sign ordinance. The goal is to elevate this change as an important campaign matter for the spring mayoral elections. Working with a Small Business Advisory Council and the International Sign Association, ISA representatives will be responsible for promoting, surveying, and representing the Illinois sign industry and serve on the coalition with SBAC and local chambers. WEBSITE / SOCIAL MEDIA WORK GROUP…This assignment is responsible for the monitoring and upgrading of our website and Facebook page as well as other social media applications and overall digital efficiencies for the organization. DROP a line to ISA HQ and we’ll connect you to your Committee Chair!

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i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 14 New Members….Welcome to the ISA COMENT NEON and OMEGA SIGNS ARTISAN SIGNS and LIGHTING UFB FABRICATION KEYSER IDEAL STITCHING and WIRE Members in the news…. Send your member news stories… All members are invited to send news, updates and changes and successes to ISA Offices for review and publishing. Editor reserves the right to edit, include or not use. Send to: rsalzman@isa-sig.com INTERNATIONAL SIGN ASSOCIATION We were grateful to have had David Hickey, Vice President of Advocacy from the Washington, DC based International Sign Association for his ongoing support for our work here in Illinois. David and International has been instrumental in supporting our work over many years and specifically on the Chicago sign permitting initiatives. David reminds us that sign company members of ISA are automatically members of the international group. Log to http://www.Signs.org and utilize the tools of workforce development, training, digital badges, jobs board, and insights from the Sign Research Foundation. WEBSITE and Facebook Our ISA site www.isa-sign.com displays our membership directory, past issues of our newsletter-iMAGES and other information locally from our Association. Check in on our Facebook page and post information about your company, some key projects, successful installations, company news. It’s our page to share with both members and the general public on signage in Illinois.https://www.facebook.com/Illinois-Sign-Association-121149484619637/

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 15 2019 Sign Design Awards Winners Announced! The ISA Sign Design Awards Program is a signature recognition program of Illinois Sign Association staging the annual industry competition that showcases the best of the best in Illinois. The program provides recognition in nine categories for design and installation that showcase the expertise of sign companies, designers and technicians in Illinois. Category winners were presented at the 2019 ISA Fall Conference Awards Dinner selected by the awards committee in advance. “Best of the Best”will be selected by ballot from all attendees at the fall conference. The winner will receive a $500 cash prize, which is generously being sponsored by ISA’s allied trade members! In addition, the winner will receive a special plaque and the sign will be prominently featured on the cover of the 2020 Member Directory! Look for all winners on the ISA Website www.isa-sign.com 1ST PLACE WINNERS ILLUMINATED SIGNAGE VAN BRUGGEN SIGNS – SENTINEL NON-ILLUMINATED SIGNAGE —INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR VAN BRUGGEN SIGNS - MEYER EYE CARE EXPOSED NEON DESIGN AND SIGNS BY ANDERSON - A & B GARAGE DIGITAL GRAPHICS DESIGN AND SIGNS BY ANDERSON - DEPUE MECHANICAL COMMERCIAL SIGNAGE DELTA GRAPHICS, INC - ILLINOIS TRUCKING ASSOCIATION’S BOXING NIGHT EVENT VEHICLE GRAPHICS VAN BRUGGEN SIGNS - REPUBLIC WASTE SERVICES ILLUMINATED AND NON-ILLUMINATED LETTERS AND GRAPHICS (EXTERIOR & INTERIOR) BENDSEN SIGNS & GRAPHICS, INC. - ELEMENT - 520 NEAL ST. RESTORED OR REHABILITATED EXISTING SIGN PARVIN-CLAUSS SIGN COMPANY - SWAP-O-RAMA HUMOROUS SIGN - DELTA GRAPHICS, INC. - IIK TRANSPORT

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i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 17 ISA Regional Meet and Greet Tuesday December 3, 2019 Event sponsored by : Event hosted by : About the Regional Meet and Greets… This new program offering has been created as part of the ISA Board’s Strategic Plan. The Meet and Greet program offers members and potential members an opportunity to enjoy special benefits including: ◼ Meet and connect with fellow sign company professionals and supplier partners… ◼ Hear from speakers with content relevant to our industry… Special Guest: Matthew Beaudet, First Deputy Commissioner Department of Buildings, City of Chicago TOP 10 ERRORS IN CHICAGO SIGN PERMIT APPLICATIONS All sign companies know that the process of obtaining a sign permit can take months. The many steps involved are complicated so when applications are submitted with errors it adds even more delays. Deputy Beaudet shared the top errors identified by city administrators. The ISA has been instrumental in working with Mayor Lightfoot and her teams to seek ways to expedite the turnaround time in sign permitting. We are hopeful that your business and teams will learn ways to better complete the applications and avoid mistakes when submitting you permit applications. For a copy of the presentation contact office@isa-sign.com Many Thanks to our sponsors A & C PLASTICS DAKTRONICS, INC. WATCHFIRE SIGNS GARRET HOHMAN ALTEC INDUSTRIES, INC. DAN BROWN AND ZAC MARTIN BAILIWICK TOM MEYER JUSTIN CARSON EASTERN METAL SUPPLY GREG GREGOR ELECTRO-MATIC VISUAL, INC. CHRIS WHITE WENSCO SIGN SUPPLY DOUG FOY AND MARK HOLWERDA BRANDON BENDER Chicago’s Building Department’s 1st Deputy Commissioner Matt Beaudet chats with ISA Executive Director Russ Salzman and Poblocki’s Katie Conroy.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 18 Bob Clauss (second from right in front row) leads a tour of one of Parvin Clauss’s buildings. ISA Board Members Tabitha Bowen and Zac Martin

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 19 News from International Sign Association Employee Health Care for Illinois Sign Association Members ISA members can now offer easy and convenient, Fortune 500-type health care benefits to employees and their families. The plan, called NAM Health Care, is provided thanks to the International Sign Association (ISA) and the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and was developed to meet the unique health care needs of manufacturers. This association health plan insured by UnitedHealthcare extends affordable health care to small and medium-sized manufacturing companies in approved states. In states where these plans are available, businesses with 2 to 99 employees will be able to choose from a variety of PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) and HSA (Health Savings Account) health As affiliate members of the International Sign Association, all ISA members located in Illinois will have access to UnitedHealthcare's Choice Plus care provider network of more than 1.3 million physicians and care professionals, 6,000 hospitals and other care facilities nationwide. Eligible member companies also will have access to supplemental benefits including dental, vision and life. Learn more about NAM Health Care and request a quote for these plans, where available, at ISA.namhealthcare.com. NAM Health Care is an industry-based Association Health Plan (AHP) that’s fully ACA-compliant, administered by Mercer and sponsored by The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), of which ISA is an affiliate member. Medical, Dental, Vision and Life insurance are underwritten by UnitedHealthcare®. Plans are not available to member employers in all states New Online Learning Courses to Deepen your Expertise Three new courses are part of the robust lineup of online and self-paced learning courses for sign, graphics and visual communications professionals that makes up the ISA Digital Badge program. These new courses will help those pursuing badges or the Sign Industry Professional designation to learn more about print and sales opportunities. The courses are: • Intro to Applications. This course will teach you about the materials, applications, finishing technologies and film types as well as the different considerations for various applications from windows to walls to vehicles. • Intro to Wide Format Print. This course provides foundational knowledge of the wide format printing process, the inkjet technologies and insight into the market areas. • Five Great Vertical Markets for Signs. Gain an understanding of selling signage to a vertical market and learn how to earn orders at profitable levels while developing loyal customers. To take these online learning courses and more, visit signs.org/online.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 20 Got plans to empower your business in 2020? Empower your company, your employees and yourself to take your business further! Grab a FREE trade show pass to ISA International Sign Expo® 2020 April 2-4 in Orlando, FL. Network with colleagues, visit the top vendors in the industry and get insights that will give you a powerful competitive edge in your marketplace. ISA Sign Expo is the place where friends gather, new connections are formed, and amazing deals are made. Education is now open! Be sure to check out our Game Changer sessions that feature nationally recognized speakers and join us for the Pre-Conference Workshops to dive even deeper into topics like wrap, wide-format print, business strategy and project management. Register for a free trade show pass with code EMPOWER at signexpo.org today!

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 21 ISA Job Board Finding workers continues to challenge the sign, graphics and visual communications industry. ISA is committed to helping companies meet this need. For only $100, sign, graphics and visual communications companies can look for that next great hire on ISA Job Board. Your job posting gets an extra boost on ISA's Twitter feed (@ISASigns) to immediately alert interested candidates of the available job. And hiring managers can search for posted resumes by prospective employees. Visit Careers.Signs.org/Jobs to learn more and post a job today! https://signresearch.org/ www.signs.org

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 22 ISA Code: ILLSAVE ISA International Sign Expo® 2020 Opens Registration New products. New thoughts. New connections. All are important elements to growing a sign, graphics, print or visual communications company. All are on the agenda for the industry's leading event and tradeshow: ISA Sign Expo. ISA Sign Expo 2020 will be April 2-4, with pre-conference education April 1. It will be held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. ISA Sign Expo also will feature educational events and hands-on training as part of an expanded relationship with The Wrap Institute in partnership with Justin Pate. To learn more or register, visit www.signexpo.org. Strategic Insights Paper Explores Impact of 5G The coming of 5G, expected to be fully implemented next year, will mean sweeping changes for the sign, graphics and visual communications industry, according to the latest ISA Strategic Insight paper. "Strategic Insights: 5G in Signage Technology" explains how 5G will allow advances in virtual reality, autonomous vehicles and the Internet of Things. This Strategic Insight paper is the third in a series designed to help sign, graphics and visual communications companies anticipate future technology and its impact on their businesses. Other papers published have explored topics like nanomaterials and extended reality. “5G” is $24.95 for members and is available for electronic download at signs.org/insights.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 23 Give the Gift of Education Reward Employees with a Gift that Keeps on Giving Enroll your employees with ISA Online Learning. You'll give them a gift to help build their confidence, while building more effective employees for your business. Why Gift ISA Online Learning? ISA's Online Learning offers the best training and education available in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry. More than 70 online learning courses will strengthen job skills while ultimately saving you time and money. • Availability: All courses are online, on-demand, self-paced and available 24/7, so your employees can take advantage of them as their schedules allow - even during downtime over the holidays. • Affordability: Courses start at $25, or you can choose to train your entire team for one flat rate with a Company Package. • Accountability: Managers can see the progress of their employees, and employees will earn non-transferable digital badges to share proudly on their resumes and social profiles. • Advancement: Not only do skilled employees increase productivity, but surveys show that employee retention increases as well when companies provide opportunities for their employees' growth. Plus, some ISA courses are approved for CEU credits by the International Code Council (ICC). Visit www.signs.org/online for more information.

i M A G E S – N e w s l e t t e r o f t h e I L L I N O I S S I G N A S S O C I A T I O N P a g e | 24 Images…The Official Newsletter of the Illinois Sign Association published for the informational and educational use of its members. 2020 ISA OFFICERS President C. Johnson Sign Company www.cjohnsonsignco.com Vive President Keiffer Starlite www.kssigngroup.com Secretary/Treasurer www.prairiesigns.com Prairie Signs, Inc. Past President Bendsen Signs & Graphics www.bendsensigns.com JOHN C. JOHNSON 847-678-2092 john@cjohnsonsignco.com HENRY VAN DE WERKEN 630-864-7491 hvandewerken@keifferstarlite.com ANDREW CARBY 309-452-0463 acarby@prairiesigns.com JASON TOMPKINS 217- 877-2345 jt@bsg1946.com 2020 ISA DIRECTORS TABITHA BOWEN 708-754-6366 TBowen@allrightsign.com BARRY COX 815-625-1155 turnrothsignbcox@yahoo.com KEVIN LASKA 847-816-7020 kevinl@northshoresigns.com ZAC MARTIN 508-745-3341 zachery.martin@altec.com JIM MURPHY 773-588-0523 PROUD TO BE A STATE AFFILIATE OF THE… The Official Newsletter of the Illinois Sign Association Winter 2020 All-Right Signs www.allrightsigns.com Turnroth Sign Company, Inc. www.turnrothsign.com North Shore Sign www.northshoresigns.com Altec Industries, Inc. www.altec.com Mid-West Sign Supply www.midwestsignsupplyco.com jmurphy@midwestsignsupplyco.com SAM VAN BRUGGEN 708-448-0826 sam@vbsign.com MIKE WEITZ 800-383-1300 mike@weitzsign.com Tom Wood 626-433-7544 twood@optec.com Executive Director Illinois Sign Association 312-881-9920 Office@isa-sign.com Van Bruggen Signs, Inc. www.vbsign.com Weitz Sign Company www.weitzsign.com Optec Displays, Inc. www.optec.com RUSS SALZMAN 8 W. Monroe Street Unit 707 Chicago, IL 60603 www.isa-sign.com 379 River St, Lemont IL-60439 Email: info@dellagraphics.com Phone: 630-963-1673 Printed by ISA Member New ISA Promotional Video… Click here> This is the ISA! http://www.isa-sign.com

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